From Malmö Central Station to Roskilde Festival and back again – it doesn’t get easier than that.
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This is an add-on to make your experience more comfortable. You will still need a ticket to Roskilde Festival to access the festival. 

From Malmö Central Station to Roskilde Festival and back again – it doesn’t get easier than that. 

Roskilde Road Trip is for everyone who wants to take part in creating a shared festival feeling, whether you are traveling on your own or as part of a group. The festival experience starts as you step on the bus and continues all through to the festival, during the festival and back to Malmö again.

As a Roskilde Road Trip ticket-holder, you get a super convenient reserved camping area close to the festival area and a camping community that involves various road trips from the airport, Oslo and Malmö. Events and activities are created throughout the first days where your talents and involvement will be welcomed.

Help us and the environment – let’s make a sustainable festival
When staying at Special Camping Southeast, you must keep the area clean. Waste must be sorted. When you leave your area, it must be cleaned up and in the same condition as when you arrived. Left and damaged equipment on the camping site is not collected or recycled but discarded. So, bring your stuff home or hand it in to our recycling stations.

Further information can be found on the Roskilde Road Trip Facebook page

The Malmö Road Trip package includes 

  • Bus from Malmö Central Station to Roskilde Festival and back. 
  • Reserved area at Special Camping Southeast (see map
  • One hour shopping break in a supermarket in Denmark. 
  • A local guide from Malmö. 
  • Take part in various Roskilde Road Trip activities and games, with a chance to win awesome prices 

The Malmö Road Trip package details

Price: 

DKK 370 + fee 

Departure: 

Saturday 27 June at 12:00 from Malmö Central Station 

Return date: 

Sunday 5 July at 8:00 from Entrance East 

Location: 

Special Camping Southeast

Reservation ends: 

Sunday 28 July at 16:00